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Is there any way of creating a properties file for storing key value
pairs in C#.Net?


Jun 27 '08 #1
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On Jun 18, 9:32*am, sony.m.2...@googlemail.com wrote:
Is there any way of creating a properties file for storing key value
pairs in C#.Net?
Configuration files in .NET *tend* to be in XML. However, it's easy to
write your own properties file implementation in C#, particularly if
you don't really care about multi-line property values etc. I'd advise
the use of UTF-8 instead of having \uxxxx style escape sequences.

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